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Irish Sport Horse, Gelding, 9 years, 17 hh, Chestnut Super flashy 8yo 17hh chestnut geldingEventing - Jumping
Competition experience
GB-0000
Warwickshire
£42,000
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KWPN, Mare, 5 years, 16.1 hh, Chestnut Eye Catching Talented Young Sports Horse
F: MALIBU TN | MF: FUEGO DU PRELET
Jumping
is broken-in
is lunged
is worked on the ground
Competition experience
Halter accustomed
GB-TN224JE
east sussex
price range €20,000 to €40,000
price range ~£17,397 to £34,794
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Oldenburg, Stallion, 7 years, 17 hh, Chestnut Eye catching young stallion by Totilas
F: TOTILAS | MF: DE NIRO
Dressage
is broken-in
is lunged
is worked on the ground
vet-check incl. x-rays available
Halter accustomed
GB-RG20
Newbury
Price on request
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American Quarter Horse, Mare, 15 years, 15 hh, Chestnut
F: WIMPYS LITTLE STEP | MF: DUALIN GUN
Western - Breeding
is in foal
is broken-in
is lunged
is easy to load
5 Panel Test N/N
GB-3040
Brecon
€14,950
~ £13,004
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Curly horse, Mare, 7 years, 15.1 hh, Chestnut PREGNANT CURLY MAREBreeding - English Pleasure
is in foal
is registered broodmare
with protection contract
is worked on the ground
Reliable for trail riding
FR-75000
FRANCE
€13,000
~ £11,308
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Hanoverian, Gelding, 8 years, 16.3 hh, Chestnut
F: FLORISCOUNT
Dressage - Leisure
DE-27254
Siedenburg
€16,500
~ £14,353
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KWPN, Mare, 9 years, 16 hh, Chestnut
F: GALAXIE | MF: FERRO
Dressage
NL-4568
Nieuw Namen
€25,000
~ £21,746
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Appaloosa, Gelding, 7 years, 14.2 hh, Chestnut ONLINE AUCTION! Place your bids at www.PlatinumEquineAuction.comVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail
US-76240
Gainesville Tx
$3,500
~ £2,859
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American Quarter Horse, Mare, 15 years, 15 hh, Chestnut
F: WIMPYS LITTLE STEP | MF: DUALIN GUN
Western - Breeding
GB-3040
Brecon
€14,950
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KWPN, Mare, 5 years, 16.1 hh, Chestnut Eye Catching Talented Young Sports Horse
F: MALIBU TN | MF: FUEGO DU PRELET
Jumping
CPL Global Ltd
GB-TN224JE
east sussex
price range €20,000 to €40,000
price range ~£17,397 to £34,794
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Oldenburg, Stallion, 7 years, 17 hh, Chestnut Eye catching young stallion by Totilas
F: TOTILAS | MF: DE NIRO
Dressage
GB-RG20
Newbury
Price on request
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German Riding Horse, Mare, 5 years, 16.2 hh, Chestnut
F: Don Martillo | MF: BLICKPUNKT
Dressage - Breeding - Leisure
DE-72532
Gomadingen
price range €15,000 to €20,000
price range ~£13,048 to £17,397
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American Quarter Horse, Mare, 1 year, 14.3 hh, Chestnut
F: IFWHIZSWEREGUNS | MF: PALE FACE DUNNIT
Reining - Western allround - Western - Leisure
DE-21682
Stade
price range €15,000 to €20,000
price range ~£13,048 to £17,397
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German Sport Horse, Gelding, 7 years, 16.2 hh, Chestnut
F: BORSALINO | MF: DON APARTE
Dressage - Jumping - Hunter - Leisure
DE-14621
Schönwalde
€20,000
~ £17,397 Negotiable
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Oldenburg, Gelding, 5 years, 17 hh, Chestnut
F: For Romance | MF: QUATERBACK
Dressage
DE-49429
Visbek
price range €40,000 to €70,000
price range ~£34,794 to £60,889
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Other Warmbloods, Mare, 6 years, 15.2 hh, Chestnut Dressage - Eventing - Jumping - Leisure
DE-41334
Nettetal
€8,900
~ £7,742 Negotiable
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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 5 years, 16 hh, Chestnut Smoking Cooza DukeTrail - Western allround - English Pleasure - Jumping
Phillip Adams
US-77510
Santa Fe
$4,000
~ £3,267
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German Riding Pony, Gelding, 8 years, 14.1 hh, Chestnut
F: DRESSMAN III | MF: MARSVOGEL XX
Dressage - Jumping
DE-24977
Westerholz
€25,000
~ £21,746 Negotiable
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Westphalian, Mare, 11 years, 16.1 hh, Chestnut
F: TOTILAS | MF: HOCHADEL
Breeding - Leisure
DE-65193
Wiesbaden
price range €5,000 to €10,000
price range ~£4,349 to £8,698
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Oldenburg, Mare, 4 years, 16.2 hh, Chestnut
F: LIVALDON | MF: QUATERHALL
Dressage - Leisure
DE-49393
Lohne (Oldenburg)
price range €20,000 to €40,000
price range ~£17,397 to £34,794
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Chestnut horses are known for their stunning chestnut-colored coats, which can range from light reddish-brown to dark liver-colored hues. This coat color is one of the most common in horses and can be found in many breeds, including Thoroughbreds, Arabians, and Quarter Horses. However, chestnut horses have their own unique charm and qualities that set them apart from other breeds. In this category text, we will explore the interior and exterior of chestnut horses, as well as their history.

The Character of Chestnut Horses

Chestnut horses are known for their fiery and independent personalities. They are often described as bold, energetic, and sometimes stubborn, but also intelligent and curious. This combination of traits can make them excellent competition horses, as they have the drive and determination to succeed. However, it also means that they require experienced handlers who can handle their strong-willed nature. Chestnut horses are loyal to their owners and can form strong bonds with them, but they also have a sense of independence and may not always seek human attention. They are often very social animals and enjoy the company of other horses.

The Appearance of Chestnut Horses

Chestnut horses have a distinct appearance, with their rich, warm coat colors and often flaxen or white manes and tails. Their coats can range from light to dark shades of chestnut, and some horses may have additional markings, such as white socks or a blaze on their face. Chestnut horses have a medium build, with muscular legs and a strong, athletic physique. Their height can vary depending on the breed, but they are generally between 14 and 16 hands tall. Chestnut horses are known for their beauty and striking appearance, and they often catch the eye of spectators at competitions and shows.

The History of Chestnut Horses

The chestnut horse has been around for centuries and can be found in many different cultures and regions. In Europe, chestnut horses were often used as war horses and were highly valued for their strength and endurance. In the United States, chestnut horses played a significant role in the development of the Thoroughbred breed, which is now one of the most popular breeds in horse racing. Chestnut horses have also been used in other disciplines, such as dressage, show jumping, and eventing. Today, chestnut horses continue to be popular among horse enthusiasts and are admired for their beauty, athleticism, and independent spirit.

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Chestnut horses are known for their stunning chestnut-colored coats, which can range from light reddish-brown to dark liver-colored hues. This coat color is one of the most common in horses and can be found in many breeds, including Thoroughbreds, Arabians, and Quarter Horses. However, chestnut horses have their own unique charm and qualities that set them apart from other breeds. In this category text, we will explore the interior and exterior of chestnut horses, as well as their history.

The Character of Chestnut Horses

Chestnut horses are known for their fiery and independent personalities. They are often described as bold, energetic, and sometimes stubborn, but also intelligent and curious. This combination of traits can make them excellent competition horses, as they have the drive and determination to succeed. However, it also means that they require experienced handlers who can handle their strong-willed nature. Chestnut horses are loyal to their owners and can form strong bonds with them, but they also have a sense of independence and may not always seek human attention. They are often very social animals and enjoy the company of other horses.

The Appearance of Chestnut Horses

Chestnut horses have a distinct appearance, with their rich, warm coat colors and often flaxen or white manes and tails. Their coats can range from light to dark shades of chestnut, and some horses may have additional markings, such as white socks or a blaze on their face. Chestnut horses have a medium build, with muscular legs and a strong, athletic physique. Their height can vary depending on the breed, but they are generally between 14 and 16 hands tall. Chestnut horses are known for their beauty and striking appearance, and they often catch the eye of spectators at competitions and shows.

The History of Chestnut Horses

The chestnut horse has been around for centuries and can be found in many different cultures and regions. In Europe, chestnut horses were often used as war horses and were highly valued for their strength and endurance. In the United States, chestnut horses played a significant role in the development of the Thoroughbred breed, which is now one of the most popular breeds in horse racing. Chestnut horses have also been used in other disciplines, such as dressage, show jumping, and eventing. Today, chestnut horses continue to be popular among horse enthusiasts and are admired for their beauty, athleticism, and independent spirit.

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